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Fresh update on "aurora" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:35 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aurora" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"On Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. The man who shot and killed 6 people at a Walmart in Virginia bought the gun legally on the morning of the shooting, Julie Ryan has more. That's according to a tweet from the city of Chesapeake. The suspect used a 9 millimeter handgun to commit the mass shooting on Tuesday night. The tweet noted the suspect had no criminal history, and the gun was bought at a local store. It was confirmed earlier this week the shooter was already dead by the time police arrived at the scene. Congress might be forced to step in and stop appending rail strike in interviews with Politico union leaders expressed the view that there are still many outstanding issues. The cooling off period, which doesn't allow any strike expires December 9th, but one Republican senator says lawmakers may have to take action. Environmental activists Greta Thunberg is adding her name to a lawsuit against the Swedish government on Friday the teenager joined hundreds of activists in Sweden to file the lawsuit working with the youth led organization aurora. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Tracy John key from Bloomberg world headquarters. One pre-pandemic holiday shopping habit poised to make a comeback this year is procrastination. Don't forget Christmas is on a Sunday this year. So the lull will be deep and makes the end of the holiday season the last ten days before people feel they can wait because they can wait until that Friday or Saturday. Dana Telsey, CEO of Chelsea advisory group, a cowan analyst says retailers are giving shoppers another reason to wait. Pre-pandemic levels of discounting. Still, Bloomberg's Andrew O'Donnell reports stores our banking on the occasional splurge. As the holiday shopping blitz begins, retailers are hoping that the U.S. consumer is both able and willing to spend. But Jeff can add CEO of Macy's tells Bloomberg. You might have a customer that is going to a private brand versus a market brand in one category, but they might be reaching up and buying a luxury item in another category as they're completing their holiday basket. Retailers, including Macy's, gap, abercrombie, and Fitch, and Urban Outfitters have said that their higher price chains are outperforming their lower priced ones. Andrew O'Day, Bloomberg radio. Investors on this Black Friday splurge a little on Macy's Nordstrom and Walmart stock and Best Buy fell around one and a half percent, but it's 13% gain this week is the biggest since May. The Dow is at its highest since April, after rising a 153 points to 34,347. That's half a percent for the day and for the week is up one in three quarters percent. The NASDAQ today fell 59 points or half a percent, the S&P slipped by a single point. The gains are across the board for the week with some assistance from the fed the minutes of the early November meeting released Wednesday showed most fed officials backing, slowing the pace of interest rate hikes. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg, quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. I'm Tracy

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Make Sure to Support Catalina Lauf for Congress

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Make Sure to Support Catalina Lauf for Congress

"Tell us your district Tell us where you're running so the people who are listening in that area in our WLS station over there they know to get out and vote for you tomorrow It's super important Yeah if we're in Illinois 11th district so it encompasses parts of mchenry county with Doc mchenry all the way down to Camden hills Alban Lamont bowling brook Naperville north aurora and everything in between that big line As you know the Democrats gerrymandered this seat However we are feeling very confident because the incumbent close to 20 year incumbent Democrat who's been backed by Mike madigan in the corruption it here on Illinois were ready to retire him tomorrow but we can't do it without the support and help of our people here in this district So if you're in that area please get out to vote take your family and friends because it's going to be it's going to be a great one Catalina lauf with AC Catalina Lao AUM look her up What's your website So people can go to your website and find out about you Catalina for Congress dot com and Catalina lauff on all social media platforms

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Meet Catalina Lauf, Candidate for US Representative

Mark Levin

00:40 sec | Last month

Meet Catalina Lauf, Candidate for US Representative

"So I want to alert America and you folks in Illinois over at two And the candidate on the Republican side is Catalina lauff Catalina Lau How are you ma'am Good thanks so much for having me Mark You're running an Illinois 11th congressional district What towns are included there Give us some examples Yeah Mchenry county I was born and raised in Woodstock parts of mchenry and then all the way down to Naperville aurora bowling brook Lamont and parts of Kane county as well So it's a very big district but Republican at heart and we can flip it with the support

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Amended autopsy: Black man died due to sedative, restraint

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Amended autopsy: Black man died due to sedative, restraint

"A revised archive shows that a 2019 deadly encounter between police and a black man was the result of the use of restraint and a sedative I Norman hall According to a newly released amended autopsy report a black man died after a police encounter in a Denver suburb in 2019 because he was injected with a powerful sedative after being forcibly restrained despite the finding the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean was still listed as undetermined not a homicide Maclean who was unarmed was put in a neck hold and injected with ketamine after being stopped by officers in aurora who said he was being suspicious A state grand jury last year and died at three officers and two paramedics on manslaughter and reckless homicide charges The 5 accused have not yet entered pleas on Norman hall

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 James Webb Space Telescope shows Jupiter as never seen before

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

James Webb Space Telescope shows Jupiter as never seen before

"The new Webb space telescope is showing Jupiter's auroras and tiny moons Photos released by NASA and taken last month show Jupiter's northern and southern lights and swirling polar haze There were a lot of images that stood out including Jupiter's great red spot a storm big enough to swallow earth a wide field picture shows the faint rings around Jupiter as well as two tiny moons against a glittering background of galaxies planetary astronomer Inca de patter at the University of California Berkeley who helped lead the observations says to be honest they didn't expect the images to be this good

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Rep. Lauren Boebert Shares Her Story in New Book 'An American Life'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Lauren Boebert Shares Her Story in New Book 'An American Life'

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast. Welcome back to the podcast, Lauren bobert, U.S. congresswoman. Colorado's third congressional district. She's on the natural resources and budget committee. She's involved with the freedom caucus, no surprise. She's co chair of the congressional Second Amendment caucus, but I'm really excited about her new book. It's called my American life. I'm actually in the middle of reading it. Lauren, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you. Your life has been kind of a wild ride in the last couple of years. But I want people to sort of hear your story from the beginning. So talk a little bit. Walk us through the who is Lauren boebert and how did you end up where you are now? Yeah, so it's an amazing story. There's some incredible life experiences and I really, I wish that more members of Congress had the life experiences that I've had. They would have more of a better view on reality and how average Americans live and navigate through this life. But I was actually raised in a Democrat household. My mom was a single mom, and when I was four years old, she moved us to aurora, Colorado. And we thought that it was going to be this wonderful life living in the mountains and instead we were putting this crammed two bedroom apartment with two large dogs in aurora. And soon we later found out that my stepdad wasn't the dream man that he had painted himself to be with my mom. He became very abusive. And then throughout the years, there was a lot of drug and alcohol abuse. And it wasn't long before my mom was stuck. She was stuck in a cycle of abuse. There's always the extremes of the abuse and then the extremes of the sincerity of the apology that keeps these people stuck in this

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"aurora" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"aurora" Discussed on Innovation Now

"Few sites are as impressive as the ghostly colors of the auroras. And now, NASA is looking at citizen scientists to accurately track auroras in real time. This is innovation now. Geomagnetic storms create beautiful auroras, but they can also cause power outages and interrupt satellite systems. Predicting exactly where, when and how these dancing lights will occur on earth, is challenging. Amazed by the number of social media posts about auroras, NASA space weather scientist Liz McDonald founded aurora saurus, a citizen science website that uses public posts to help scientists track geomagnetic storms. Through the project's website, mobile apps and Twitter, sky watchers can submit their sightings, showing real-time aurora visibility. Aurora is also designed to send out messages to registered users in the vicinity of an aurora, a feature that could be adapted for use in other situations, like relaying early warning notifications to emergency responders. Meanwhile, the large collection of a rural data points allows scientists to better forecast the impact of geomagnetic storms. While giving observers the view of a lifetime. For innovation now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace. Through collaboration with NASA

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Jay Monahan Only Cares About the PGA Top Players

Fore The People

01:50 min | 5 months ago

Jay Monahan Only Cares About the PGA Top Players

"If you are running this country, like this is true like liberalism at its finest, I feel like with Jay running this tour right now. I mean, how he does not care about anyone on this tour except for the top guys. And showing right now more than ever. I mean, the fact that he added these events to basically to the top 50 guys in the FedExCup for next year to play in all these guaranteed money events. It's going to be harder for guys the average guide to keep their car now. I mean, whoever is on that pack and who is an average player. I mean, let's take aurora. I mean, there's some fantasy. I mean, the guy has never had to now he's earned the right to be where he's at on the course. But he's never had to grind for his PGA Tour cards. So take a guy who is an average guy who might be on the board, and why aren't they like raising their hand and saying, what are you doing for us? Because as I can see right now, they're doing nothing. They're making it harder. And I mean, yes, we don't sell tickets Greece and Murray doesn't sell tickets like Rory McIlroy does, but at the end of the day, you have to look out for your whole tour. You can't just look out for your top guys. I mean, it's just like in the real world. You have to look out for the small business people. I mean, that's just who runs the country who runs the two door is going to be these small guys as well. I mean, yes, we are replaceable, but at the end of the day, we've earned our right to be on tour. We did everything we could to get there. And we're doing everything in our power to stay there, but you guys are making it way tough for for us. I mean, two perfect examples is the barbasol and the barracuda this year. They added 50 spots for European guys. It's easier to get in the John Deere this year than it is the

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"aurora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"aurora" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm ay Elaine. I'm one of the producers behind women, as well as another wonder media network show that features stories of climate change, progress, and poetry. It's called as she rises. This month we're highlighting eco warrior. Women fighting for conservation and ecological justice. Today we're talking about a matriarch of grassroots environmentalism. A lifeline resident of Los Angeles, she defended her community from a prison, a pipeline, hazardous waste treatment plants, and a toxic incinerator. All within the last 14 years of her life. Please welcome aurora Castillo. Aurora cathedrals by her whole life in California's east LA. Her great great grandfather, Agustin Pedro Alvaro, had been one of LA's original settlers. Aurora in turn was a fourth generation Mexican American and deeply proud of her lineage. Her father always told her, put your shoulders back, hold your head high, be proud of your heritage and don't let them buffalo you. In high school, aurora studied accounting, though her teachers tried to push her towards home economics. Because we have Hispanics are names, they thought that's all we were capable of doing. She set up the experience. They thought we would be wasting our time taking a business course. They told us they were only thinking of our welfare. Aurora ended up studying business. Throughout her career, she did office work, served as a translator for film and was a secretary for an aircraft company. By 1984, aurora was retired and in her 70s. She heard that the city was planning to build a new study prison. It would have become the 8th correction of facility in East Los Angeles. ESA lay was home to the largest chicano and Spanish speaking communities in the country, and the media it was often portrayed as a dangerous wasteland, filled with gangs. Before aurora, it was home. She worried that the city was turning her neighborhood into a penal colony. Only advice of her priests, aurora, and a handful of other women formed mothers of East Los Angeles. Aurora herself had never married and had no kids of her own, but she was known locally as la Dona. She vowed to fight like a lioness for the children of East Los Angeles. The group met regularly and grew to a 400 person list of volunteers. Aurora could call on them for protests and marches, they flooded local meetings, call for hearings to be held in Spanish and rallied on the steps of the capitol in Sacramento. In 1992, the state finally agreed to relocate the prison. By then, aurora and her comrades had already taken on a new opponent. In 1987, a toxic waste incinerator was planned for Vernon, a city nearby and Los Angeles County. Permits happened granting without any environmental impact reports, and burning citizens, most of whom were LatinX would be directly downwind. Mothers of East Los Angeles filed a lawsuit on behalf of the community. They packed public hearings and led marches and protests. After three years of constant pressure, the company abandoned construction. Aurora and mothers of islas Angeles also managed to block a hazardous waste treatment plant. Plan for the land next to a high school and an above ground oil pipeline that more affluent communities had rerouted to ESA. When it came to defending her community, her friends, her family, her neighbors, aurora was tireless. In 1995, she received the Goldman environmental prize, considered the Nobel Prize of environmental activism. Aurora was the first Latina, the first Los Angeles resident, an oldest winner in history. That year, aurora told the LA times, people figured us to be an uneducated, low economic democratic community. We may not have had a PhD after our names, but we have common sense and logic and we are not a dumping ground. We're not the sleeping giant people think we are. We're wide awake and no way will anything be put over on us. Aurora dad on April 30th, 1998. She was 84 years old. A month we're talking about eco warriors. For more, find this on Facebook and Instagram that when medical podcasts. Special thanks to Ginny and Liz Kaplan who invited me to guest hosts. Talk to you tomorrow. Hey well manica listeners, it's grace lynch, one of the writers and producers of womena and host of another W man original show, as she rises. All month long, we've been highlighting eco warriors, women who paved the way for today's environmental activists and change makers. To learn more about the contemporary women who benefited from these eco warriors, I highly encourage you to listen to as she rises. Climate change often feels untouchable. Other times we're so close to it that it's exhausting. It begs the question, how can we understand the climate crisis when we're living through it? Enter season two of as she rises, a podcast centering native voices and women of color that personalizes the elusive magnitude of climate change. As she rises, combines poetry and storytelling to offer an intimate look at the climate crisis. Each week, hear from poets and experts local to one place in the U.S. and territories. From the coral reefs of American Samoa to the sacred land of the Pueblo nation, we learn how climate change is affecting hometowns and what communities are doing to address it. Listen and follow, as she rises, wherever you get your podcasts..

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'You inhaled it': Man inhales drill bit during dental visit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

'You inhaled it': Man inhales drill bit during dental visit

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Teen dead after exchanging gunfire with ex-police officer

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Teen dead after exchanging gunfire with ex-police officer

"Authorities in Aurora Colorado are investigating a shooting by a former police officer that led to the death of a team it's the third shooting incident involving teams in Aurora Colorado in recent days in this incident police say they were called to a report of two people shooting at each other on a street they found a seventeen year old boy who died of his injuries and a wounded thirty six year old man who turned out to be a former police officer for the Denver suburb of Greenwood village investigators believe the shooting occurred when the former officer argued with a group of teens about careless driving in the neighborhood they say at some point both the seventeen year old and the adult pulled out guns and started shooting at each other detectives are working to determine who was the aggressor I'm Jackie Quinn

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6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting six teams are injured in a drive by shooting near Denver area high school authorities in Aurora Colorado are investigating a shooting Monday that saw six teenagers ages four to eighteen wounded at a park near Aurora Central High School my understanding is it was a drive by shooting as well as there may have been people on such cheap enough so Wilson of Aurora police department Monday shooting followed the fatal shooting of an eighteen year old Sunday night and a report of a shooting at a mall in Aurora on Friday where police found shell casings enough is enough and I think we need to come together as a community this is a public health crisis sound courtesy of KCNC hi

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AOC's Dress Designer Aurora James Owes Thousands in Unpaid Taxes

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

AOC's Dress Designer Aurora James Owes Thousands in Unpaid Taxes

"Else. So when you look at that, and it's not ironic, I don't think you need a dictionary to talk about the definition of irony. The irony here is that AOC says she wants to tax the rich and she's for the people. But she's hard knobbing with the rich Now again, this was done to death. I don't want to really redo that. And, like relitigate that on the radio, we know all of that about her. But what's interesting was over the weekend, There was more stories that came out about good old AOC and I thought it was just funny. This is ironic, right that the designer that created this tax the rich dress She owes taxes in the amount of something like 130 K, and she's a Canadian, not American. And this is in the U. K. Daily mail designer clothing brand that devised AOC is tax the rich Met gala dress doesn't even pay its own taxes. Reichard SHOW Aurora James firm failed to pay state and federal taxes totaling 130 K. Now she's 37 year old roller. James. She's the owner and designer. Of this What's it called? I don't want to say a dressmaker. I'm going to see a fashion label right? Called the Brother Valleys and she founded this And she's got three open tax warrants in New York state for failing to withhold income taxes from Employeespaychecks. That's 15 grand. James firm is also the subject of six federal leans legal claims against property for failing to pay a tax that totaling $103,000. And it goes on to say that Canadians also proved she has no problem taking money from taxpayers and her company received over $40,000 in pandemic relief. That's not such a bad thing. I mean, That was a program that was available to business owners. But you should. You should

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La profe dice

00:59 min | 1 year ago

"Cancha, ahora!" - burst 1

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"aurora" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Exactly what we need and be efficient about it so we were working on merging onto an offer freeways and so what we had a truck driving around dallas going on and off every freeway exit and that allowed us to get exactly the data we needed rather than kind of hoping that it shows up in the data set we get and then finally on the third one around having conviction that the thing is safe enough. Well you just practically can't get enough miles right in the. Us someone dies in traffic accident about once every eighty five billion miles and so if you really want to have statistically interesting information about the host events you're not going to efficiently get that once you change the software or change the hardware in some way. Then it's all invalid and so for us. It's how'd you decompose. The problem one of the things. We've done it arose. We've kind of tapped into your. How does the energy industry do this. How does the defense industry do this. How does airspace do this. Bring those ideas together and use those types of approaches. Instead of just coping we can four forced to the right answer. And so i just wanna make sure i understand this the right way. So if i'm at tesla. And i'm pursuing this brute force approach and there's a problem that comes up or we discover and so then i fix it right yeah. I don't really know that. I fixed until i'm testing it out in the world right if your argument is we've driven a bazillion miles. The questions were what were you doing. Was this version of software or was it some other version of software which had a bunch of changes in it. And you really know that. Those changes didn't invalidates the previous miles and so without actually having a decomposition under safety case model. We're able to say okay. We understand how this influences different parts of the safety argument. You're gonna have a hard time with that Not all human drivers are the best at it right. yeah so what. Kind of a standard shouldn't autonomous vehicle have like is equal to the average human. Is it have to be better than human. Yeah i think this is actually one of the really nuanced points right so the way we think about it is. We shouldn't be creating unreasonable. Risk on the road. This is the standard when the department transportation thinks about a new technology coming to market. Is that you're always trading risk that if we really wanted the roads to be safe we would ban cars from them and the challenge of course then is that the roads are not super useful. And you can't get anywhere efficiently so when we build a safety case it's going to be do. We think we're creating unreasonable. Risk on the road in a broadway if there's any mishap on the road for any autonomous vehicle that threatens your brand and like the future of this whole industry in a certain way. Isn't it like you can be careful but if some of the other folks have things that don't work well it makes it harder for you. It makes it like anything right. This is an emerging technology and so people don't yet understand the different parts so heart of what we've been doing is trying to explain to the public to the regulators. The differences between technologies engineer to do the whole driving task and one that's engineered to support a human driving right and we think that's a really important distinction we've had those conversations with the regulators and with the government. We helped found an organization called pave. Which is out there helping provide education and trying to demystify this. There's only so much we can control so let's focus on what we can do. Well let's trust people to be thoughtful and smart out there so you previously worked at waymo at alphabet. Self-driving unique help started up in fact what differentiates aurora from waymo from competitors like crews which gem stake in argo which volkswagen has backed what makes aurora different when i think about aurora one things. It's just the experience our team has and the fact that we've brought experts together from some of these other organizations where really able to synthesize those experiences into new approaches and new technology. And i think another is our approach to partnerships from day one. We've had a value of focus. Do the thing that we think we can do. Best in world and that matters because we're solving this really hard problem. It also means that we don't want to go and build the car and we don't want to go build uber or the logistics network. We wanna go partner with these companies. That are incredibly complicated. Incredibly successful and if we can do our part of bringing the driver and somebody else can bring the vehicle and others can bring the network that uses those vehicles. Then we'll be able to run faster. And i think that approach is is unique relative to what we see others doing out there. And then we're independent. The companies you mentioned crews some waymo and argo. These are all part of a mothership. And that's powerful because you have synergies and connections that come from that but it also means that you're the other bet you're the other thing that's going on and your business model. You approach to solving. The problem is going to be biased by the interests of the larger entity so for us. We're leading the market and trucking. And if you think about cruise well. We don't think they're doing that. Because general motors doesn't make big trucks. Google is an incredible company. But they're really a consumer centric company. So they're kind of mental focus is always going to be on kind of a consumer facing brand. That's going to look like a ride hailing service. So you're is this a different way to look at ecosystem and play in it. See you mentioned that. You're focusing on coming to market. I with a trucking related product. Before ride hailing so. Why where does that decision come from. We look at trucking. There are few reasons why we think it's exciting one. Is we think we have some pretty differentiated technology that allows us to solve this problem. Specially so the lighter technology we're developing house our first light light or allows us to see further down the road. And when you think about driving a big truck at high speed having that integrated camera light. Long-range sensing is super important to the next is really a pure business reason. Trucking about a seven hundred billion dollar industry in the us ride hailing. It's about a thirty five billion dollar industry so it's just a much bigger market to go play.

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"aurora" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Itself today. There's a real need in the freight trucking space. We are short sixty thousand drivers in america and by the end of the decade. We're gonna be short. I one hundred sixty thousand drivers and this is the backbone of the us economy. We think in the long term ride hailing is going to be an even bigger businesses trucking. We think about scaling growing the business we really had to be building the company almost ahead of the product. That's chris. ceo censeo aurora. The self driving technology company that slated to go public later this year. Tesla's self-driving efforts have been under intense scrutiny recently but aurora represents another wave of tech companies. Who are advancing an autonomous future in a very different way. I'm bob sathian former editor fast company founder of the flex group and host of masters of scale rapid response. I wanted to talk to. Chris because autonomous driving has the potential to reshape. Not just the economy but societal habits. Chris has been a leader of the movement for nearly two decades from early robotic challenges to helping pioneer google self-driving efforts he's built aurora to a more than ten billion dollar valuation in just four years alongside colleagues from tesla uber and elsewhere auroras use of simulations demonstrates the power that software can bring to almost any business and there are lessons to around flexibility and business model building a product that can apply to more than one market at once and as chris puts it building the company almost ahead of the product to create an environment. That can scale quickly as focused as chris is on the safety of auroras product. He's equally mindful of the need for urgency which they encourage turnley through the rocket award. It's a message. About the dual priorities of high quality and high speed priorities that increasingly define the entrepreneurial winners of today. And tomorrow we'll start the show in a moment afterward from exclusive brand partner capital one business. We have a little girl. Scientists plan with the chemistry set. She has the most adorable hair. And afro. puff that's matthew cohen's ceo of puzzle huddle and that adorable young. Scientists.

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Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.

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Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of  Elijah McClain

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of Elijah McClain

"Three police officers near Denver into paramedics have been indicted on manslaughter and other charges in the death of a black man Allisha McLean two years ago a nine one one call was received in Aurora Colorado that McLean looks suspicious all I'm going to change Klein told officers he was just different and didn't have a gun McLean was put in a chokehold injected with powerful sedative Attorney General Phil Weiser says macleans memory will live on as a blessing after his death Colorado continues to lead on law enforcement accountability claims mother Shaneen says her son believed humanity matters that are still working are going to lose their job there's a possibility of all this and the Aurora police association says there was no evidence the officers caused McLain's death I'm a Donahue

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Aurora: Man Dead After Shooting at Police

KOA Programming

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Aurora: Man Dead After Shooting at Police

"After an incident in which the man allegedly shot at police officers arrived at a home on South Jericho Street near Himalayas. Last night, A fight had occurred between two men there When police arrived, one man barricaded himself in the home's garage and fired shots at police. Nearby neighbors were evacuated and a shelter in place order given for those farther away. When it's watching entered the garage, they found the suspect dead. No officers were hurt. Flash flooding in

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King County Purchases Hotel to Curb Homelessness

KIRO Nights

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

King County Purchases Hotel to Curb Homelessness

"Once again, King County has purchased a motel to help end homelessness in the county. This is the third such purchase officials say about 100. People should be able to live in the former Holiday Inn on Aurora Avenue in north Seattle. Once all three hotels are in full operation, they should be able to accommodate nearly 300

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"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Was far away. Would ob visit song exploded dot net slash aurora. To learn more. You'll find links to buy or stream runaway and you can watch the music. Video song exploded is brought to you by progressive. Have you tried the name your price tool yet. It works just the way it sounds. You tell progressive how much you wanna pay for car insurance and they'll show you coverage options that fit your budget. It's easy to start a quote and you'll be able to find a rate that works for you. It's just one of the many ways you can save with progressive get your quote today at progressive dot com and see why four out of five new auto customers recommend progressive progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law song exploded is sponsored by odu odu a suite of business apps. But what does that really mean okay. You're on your computer. Maybe on your. Pj's and you have tab open with a dashboard of applications one for every department in your company there's manufacturing accounting purchasing and more you click on the crm app and reach out to new opportunities. Then you click on the inventory app to make sure your stock levels are good before clicking on the sales app to send a quote to a customer. How many times do you have open. Just one odu makes things simple goto dot com slash song to start a free trial. That's od co dot com slash song. This episode was made by me with editing. Help from teeny lieber sohn and casey deal artwork by carlos lerma and music clearance by kathleen smith. Song exploded is a proud member of radio. Tokyo from crx a network of independent listener supported. Artists owned podcasts. You can learn more about our shows at radio tokyo dot. Fm you can follow me on twitter and instagram at braschi here way and you can follow the show at song explorer. You can also get a song exploded. Shirt at song exploded dot net slash shirt. I'm rishikesh airway. Thanks for listening radio x before we go. We want to tell you about a new podcast series from radio. Topa called blind guy travels. It's a part of radio. Topiary presents a podcast. That debuts limited run artists own series from new and original voices blank travels is written and hosted by matthew schifrin Twenty three year old college student and musician who is also blind from birth. You'll join matthew. As he experiences a marx brothers comedy creates an online dating profile with lego to develop instructions for blind builders and prepares for college graduation. And you may just see your own world differently by the end of the series by travels is an official selection of the twenty twenty one tribeca film festival as part of the festival's first ever podcast lineup. You can find out more. Listen and subscribe at radio. Tokyo presents dot fm..

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"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

"I was listening to the o shen. I saw face in brunei then from our seven human. My way tree hard saw piece of and i was running in paul balsam nobody. Nobody knows our stands found alive and take me home. Take me home. I can take it anymore. Was painting joe.

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Got that part. That was how i wrote this song. And if he can tell i'm switching from like a world speed from three out of four i'm switching to four four and when my first ever show came along and we had to play this song live i remembered. Just me and my band back then. It was too hard for us to enter the last chorus with a new rhythm and it just ended up sounding weird so i just wrote a new mid late during rehearsals and then i just kept it. A lot of things happened in two thousand fourteen. I had a record deal by then. And i got asked to make an ep so a re recorded runaway winter two thousand fourteen and then i knew i wanted to do and be. I had really learned that my biggest strength. I guess is my voice and i knew that i should use it as much as i can. So he can hear all these voices.

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Is aurora. I was around eleven years old. When i first started writing runaway i was living very happily in my childhood home. It's on the west coast of norway and it's very nice here is very quiet. You really have the space and time to kind of cream yourself away. So i just sat down at my piano and played in. I wrote.

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AURORA Shares Why She Wrote Her Song, Runaway

Song Exploder

02:02 min | 1 year ago

AURORA Shares Why She Wrote Her Song, Runaway

"I was around eleven years old. When i first started writing runaway i was living very happily in my childhood home. It's on the west coast of norway and it's very nice here is very quiet. You really have the space and time to kind of cream yourself away. So i just sat down at my piano and played in. I wrote when i started writing around away. I had a story quite clear in my mind when i was younger. Struggled quite a lot with understanding people around me especially the part where people kind of lie about the current state of mind. Because we like to pretend that we're happier than we are. And i feel like people fear to open up about whatever troubles us so i just wanted to write a song about how we run away with our emotions rather than to face them and ask our family and friends for help it becomes so much easier once we share what lies within us because then we realized that is perfectly normal but we never get the chance to ever understand that because we never tell anyone about what's going on inside and i guess i just thought about that quite a lot. As a for some reason. I remember the day i wrote runaway. I was listening to the ocean. The very first line of the song. I was listening to the o shen. And i am looking at it right now. The ocean to me is kind of like human beings. it's so mysterious. And it's so deep and dangerous and beautiful. Which is how. I feel about people.

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"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

Song Exploder

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Song Exploder

"Has ever talked to something or moved you or inspired you. I hope you'll take that feeling and consider making a gift today and radio topiary dot. Fm every single gift makes a difference. Thanks so much. Support for song exploded comes from capital one ready for a new ride but not sure where to start. Meet the tool that makes car shopping and financing. Easier with capital one auto navigator. You can find a car and get prequalified instantly. You'll get your real rate and monthly payment without even impacting your credit score. It's so simple. You might feel like you're taking the easy way out. That's because you are capital one. What's in your wallet. Terms and conditions apply. Find out more at capital. One dot com slash auto navigator. Aurora is a singer and songwriter from norway. Who released her first ep. In two thousand fifteen when she was nineteen years old it featured the song runaway and after it came out aurora went onto win. Norwegian grammys for best new artist and best pop artist and she played the voice of the north wind and disney's frozen to this year six years. After that debut ep came out aurora song. Runaway became a huge hit on tick-tock as of this recording between youtube and spotify runaway has been streamed over half a billion in this episode aurora. Looks back at how the song i began.

"aurora" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Shareable

"I also my my call to action of a similar point would be a cadence that works for you and stay consistent so like one of the I wouldn't call mistake. But like one of the things i've learned is that when i tried to write every day like right right everyday like write a blog post or something every day. It wasn't a sustainable pace for me. But i've kept a two blog posts per week sustainable habit because it allows me get everything out in a reasonable amount of time. Have the time side. So i'm very much in agreement about like having a writing habit and i read every single day. So i'm hundred percent behind that as well and steven. Kotler is my go-to expert for the neuroscience a flow. He's got a bunch of great books and there's like twenty one. I think or so things you can do to enhance enhance flow. Ninety minute blocks of time as one cadence is another. You can check that any steven kotler books. Can i tell you my my tip for flow so I have attention deficit issues. And i tried all different things throughout my life to like deal with that and one of the things that i found. Is that the other side of attention. Deficit is like this hyper focus right so if i can just get myself into it like flow for me is like i can accomplish in six hours like what would normally take like thirty or forty hours. Because i'm just working at hyperspeed but the trick is like how to get into it. So what i discovered was. Somebody recommended me doing the pomodoro technique. So here's what. I discovered the pomodoro technique that twenty minute work five minute break. Twenty minute work five minute break. Twenty that whole thing. What i tried when i tried doing that and i tried following it to the letter. It fell apart because i would get to the five minute break and everything's broken so what i started doing. Is i start a pomodoro. I worked for twenty minutes. The alarm goes off. Shut it off. I should i put away the timer and i just keep going. All i need is like the kick just to get the ball rolling and one some twenty minutes into thing. I'm like good to keep going for the next ten hours. So that's my hack is like it's it's not a quite a pomodoro. It's more like a palm starting. Yeah yeah cool. Okay so we have similar stuff i got you got this wim hof in the book you mention. I gotta check that out science flow final final piece of advice. Are there any suggestions. You have for people who want to be more effective at using stories in their life in any area whether it be emails or sales pitches or whatever. What would you recommend us some starting points to immediately start getting better at storytelling in using it more effectively i think the biggest thing i could say the biggest gift be to let people know that it's the highest leverage thing that you can do so we know about the eighty twenty rule. Well if you take the top twenty percent of that top twenty percents. The four percent sixty four percent rule or the four percent of what you do will create the majority of the value. And if you're launching a movement like jeff communication is in that four percent okay so so it's really valuable to focus on. Its second thing is to know. Is that most people do themselves a disservice. Because they don't allow time to master and learn a new skill. they think. I know how to talk. I should be able to talk. I should be able to pitch. And they don't allow any time to learn. But i'd rather that people understand that pitching or storytelling is a lot more like the difference between ballroom dancing and walking that talking to pitching so give yourself time you know when you watch ballroom dancers that it's choreographed that they've practiced for hours to make it look effortless and it's the same with storytelling. Steve jobs practice for three weeks. Before the apple launches why because it mattered. And so do yourself a service. Lean into practicing it and then tell stories everywhere. Tell stories willing. You're in the lineup at starbucks and see when the person glazes over when they lean forward or when they tear up just practice practice practice and then take some training. You can read books about it like a book that we mentioned earlier pitch anything. Yup read my book. Turn words into wealth Steven kotler the art of impossible. Practice practice practice learn learn. Learn and do yourself in the world to save her a favor by becoming all that you can be and storytelling is part of that love. It love it. We are like so simpatico. Oh we're like Celestial siblings or something. You've been a phenomenal guest. I want to give you a period in the show right here to talk all about yourself shamelessly promote yourself you have earned the right to just boast and tell people where they can connect with you where they can buy anything that you sell or just. It's your time in the show so just go nuts. Tell people all about it. Thanks death well. If people want to connect with me linked in is actually the best lincoln slash in aurora winter. A u. r. r. a. w. i n. t. r. i. Website is winter. My most recent book turned. Words into wealth is available on amazon apple. Kobo in wherever books are sold. So grab yourself a copy. And what i specialize in as i specialize in helping those people who are up to something. They're launching a movement. They're launching a business and they are ready to get you know. Vip executive help with their stories. And then what i do is i interview them. I call it the spoken author method in to become an author without that painful process that you just went through so i interview people and and structure the book for them and they actually have fun and then they leave all the hard work to me and my team so that's something that That i really love to do. I've helped people Pitch a lot of people have come to me with a good idea and no capital and after they've taken my training they've raised seven figures of capital and it's gone from twelve people on their team to four hundred people on their team. So that's the difference that a story can make and some people have written books with me producing them and maybe goes writing them. But i can't tell you who and their businesses have increased by a factor of four million dollars or so so that's an roi. Yeah oh my god. That's so interesting. And obviously if if i wasn't such a control freak i would one hundred percent use a service like this but i will say my editor and the substantive process we've been going through like tweaking and and and honing it and all of that has been like incredibly invaluable So i fully support Services that that you're offering where people can kind of say. I have this big idea. I don't know how to talk about it. I'm not good at the story. Part of the structure whatever. Just here's my big idea. Helped me make it happen I i just think that you know services like that are so incredibly valuable. And it's obviously you know what you're doing for anybody who's been listening because this episodes been like freaking awesome like just jam-packed of awesomeness so thank you for coming on the show. Thank you listeners. For tuning in. I hope you got a lot out of this. I know sure is how i did So if you did make sure that you give us five star rating on i tunes share it with somebody Tell someone about it You know i guess which would make the episode sharable wait. Don't leave if you've never listened to my fancy altro do it just once for me please. Okay if you enjoy sharable and you find it valuable. There's a few ways that you can support the show one. You can share it on social media. Which i strongly encourage. I mean it's literally. The name of the show cheryl too..

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"aurora" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Shareable

"So i'm very much in agreement about like having a writing habit and i read every single day. So i'm hundred percent behind that as well and steven. Kotler is my go-to expert for the neuroscience a flow. He's got a bunch of great books and there's like twenty one. I think or so things you can do to enhance enhance flow. Ninety minute blocks of time as one cadence is another. You can check that any steven kotler books. Can i tell you my my tip for flow so I have attention deficit issues. And i tried all different things throughout my life to like deal with that and one of the things that i found. Is that the other side of attention. Deficit is like this hyper focus right so if i can just get myself into it like flow for me is like i can accomplish in six hours like what would normally take like thirty or forty hours. Because i'm just working at hyperspeed but the trick is like how to get into it. So what i discovered was. Somebody recommended me doing the pomodoro technique. So here's what. I discovered the pomodoro technique that twenty minute work five minute break. Twenty minute work five minute break. Twenty that whole thing. What i tried when i tried doing that and i tried following it to the letter. It fell apart because i would get to the five minute break and everything's broken so what i started doing. Is i start a pomodoro. I worked for twenty minutes. The alarm goes off. Shut it off. I should i put away the timer and i just keep going. All i need is like the kick just to get the ball rolling and one some twenty minutes into thing. I'm like good to keep going for the next ten hours. So that's my hack is like it's it's not a quite a pomodoro. It's more like a palm starting. Yeah yeah cool. Okay so we have similar stuff i got you got this wim hof in the book you mention. I gotta check that out science flow final final piece of advice. Are there any suggestions. You have for people who want to be more effective at using stories in their life in any area whether it be emails or sales pitches or whatever. What would you recommend us some starting points to immediately start getting better at storytelling in using it more effectively i think the biggest thing i could say the biggest gift be to let people know that it's the highest leverage thing that you can do so we know about the eighty twenty rule. Well if you take the top twenty percent of that top twenty percents. The four percent sixty four percent rule or the four percent of what you do will create the majority of the value. And if you're launching a movement like jeff communication is in that four percent okay so so it's really valuable to focus on. Its second thing is to know. Is that most people do themselves a disservice. Because they don't allow time to master and learn a new skill. they think. I know how to talk. I should be able to talk. I should be able to pitch. And they don't allow any time to learn. But i'd rather that people understand that pitching or storytelling is a lot more like the difference between ballroom dancing and walking that talking to pitching so give yourself time you know when you watch ballroom dancers that it's choreographed that they've practiced for hours to make it look effortless and it's the same with storytelling. Steve jobs practice for three weeks. Before the apple launches why because it mattered. And so do yourself a service. Lean into practicing it and then tell stories everywhere. Tell stories willing. You're in the lineup at starbucks and see when the person glazes over when they lean forward or when they tear up just practice practice practice and then take some training. You can read books about it like a book that we mentioned earlier pitch anything. Yup read my book. Turn words into wealth Steven kotler the art of impossible. Practice practice practice learn learn. Learn and do yourself in the world to save her a favor by becoming all that you can be and storytelling is part of that love. It love it. We are like so simpatico. Oh we're like Celestial siblings or something. You've been a phenomenal guest. I want to give you a period in the show right here to talk all about yourself shamelessly promote yourself you have earned the right to just boast and tell people where they can connect with you where they can buy anything that you sell or just. It's your time in the show so just go nuts. Tell people all about it. Thanks death well. If people want to connect with me linked in is actually the best lincoln slash in aurora winter. A u. r. r. a. w. i n. t. r. i. Website is winter. My most recent book turned. Words into wealth is available on amazon apple. Kobo in wherever books are sold. So grab yourself a copy. And what i specialize in as i specialize in helping those people who are up to something. They're launching a movement. They're launching a business and they are ready to get you know. Vip executive help with their stories. And then what i do is i interview them. I call it the spoken author method in to become an author without that painful process that you just went through so i interview people and and structure the book for them and they actually have fun and then they leave all the hard work to me and my team so that's something that That i really love to do. I've helped people Pitch a lot of people have come to me with a good idea and no capital and after they've taken my training they've raised seven figures of capital and it's gone from twelve people on their team to four hundred people on their team. So that's the difference that a story can make and some people have written books with me producing them and maybe goes writing them. But i can't tell you who and their businesses have increased by a factor of four million dollars or so so that's an roi. Yeah oh my god. That's so interesting. And obviously if if i wasn't such a control freak i would one hundred percent use a service like this but i will say my editor and the substantive process we've been going through like tweaking and and and honing it and all of that has been like incredibly invaluable So i fully support Services that that you're offering where people can kind of say. I have this big idea. I don't know how to talk about it. I'm not good at the story. Part of the structure whatever. Just here's my big idea. Helped me make it happen I i just think that you know services like that are so incredibly valuable. And it's obviously you know what you're doing for anybody who's been listening because this episodes been like freaking awesome like just jam-packed of awesomeness so thank you for coming on the show. Thank you listeners. For tuning in. I hope you got a lot out of this. I know sure is how i did So if you did make sure that you give us five star rating on i tunes share it with somebody Tell someone about it You know i guess which would make the episode sharable wait. Don't leave if you've never listened to my fancy altro do it just once for me please. Okay if you enjoy sharable and you find it valuable..

How to Get Rid of Pimples Before Any Important Day

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 1 year ago

How to Get Rid of Pimples Before Any Important Day

"We wanna talk to you real quickly today about covering up pimple when you got something important the next day whether it be dates a meeting an interview. Let's begin with a situation where you have a bit of time on your hands so you've got the pimple the night before you've got something important the next day what can you do that night to reduce the appearance of that pimple. Okay so the night before gives you a few more options than if he were up with the pimple on the day of but will discuss both situations so the night before you could use a spot treatment so it's about treatment will usually contain something like salicylic acid my have nice sina minding. They're both anti inflammatory and will help to heal the blemish. So alpha h have code clear skin blemish control jal near have one cold blemish control rapid relief that barth just liquidity spot treatments. You just pop it on the pimple and laid it dr apply at times in aurora because he will burn your skin off and that's gonna end up being a whole different scenarios. Sorry just be very careful with applying spot treatments but also pimple patches. I'm not sure if many men out that would have saved pimple patches yet. Kazan kind of relatively new. I guess in mainstream skin-care but we have a brand co 'cause rx and i have these pin patches that you can just pop over the spot it's like a physical patch seconds clear. He's pump that over it. And then you could go to bed wearing that and then wake up the next day take it off and it should be relatively flat so that will take away the techs jaw and like the angriness you get from

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"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Come on. Space time.

"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Scientists looking through old videos discovered a new type of aurora. The findings were reported in the journal. Geophysical research space physics claims the newly-discovered phenomena quarter diffuse auroral razor raises questions about whether these common events instead of simply been overlooked or whether they're very rare occurrences aurora occur when charged particles flowing from the sun interact with ios protective magnetic field. Some of these particles then follow us magnetic field lines towards the poles releasing energy generating the colorful lots of the aurora as they collide with atoms and molecules in the atmosphere for millennia. Humans in highlighted. Jude's have been enthralled by aurora that northern and southern lights the aurora strapless in aurora borealis. Yet even after all this time. It appears these dancing ribbons or more accurately shades of light above the earth. Still hold some secrets. Scientists the university of iowa. I spotted the event or reviewing twenty year old videos. They noted several instances where a section of the diffuse aurora. That's the faint background globe. Coming the more vivid light commonly associated with the aurora suddenly goes dark. Zip scrub dat by giant blotter and then after a short period of time the blacked out section suddenly reappears. It's all very mysterious. Video was originally shot in the town code. Churchill along hudson bay in canada back march the fifteenth. Two thousand and two fishes david nuts from the university of calgary nonsense group will using a special camera designed to capture low level. Light much like night vision goggles. They were becoming a bit disheartened. Because the forecast code for clear dark skies normally perfect conditions viewing aurora but the winner dazzling illumination happening. The sides mostly only saw darkness as they gazed up woods with their own eyes. The camera was picking up all sorts of auroral activity including an unusual sequence were areas that few sorority disappeared then came back nelson looking at the videos that was being recorded noted the pulsating blackout diffuse glow which then fills in over several seconds. He was surprised. Women patch brightened and then turned off. The background. Diffuse aurora was raised. And then the whole would fill back in after about half a minute sir. Observations lay dormant in the video unstudied until riley troy was asked to investigate troyer then created a software program that could key in frames in the video with a faint raises were visible in all he was ever catalog twenty two raise. Her event in the to our recording trace is the most valuable aspect was the time it takes the aurora together from an razor event. When the diffuser rory's blotted out to be filled or colored and again that's because having a value on that will help future muddling of magnetic fields to find out more enter dunkley speaking with astronomer professor. Fred watson is remarkable that that we're still learning things about the aurora apart partly andrew. It's due to the fact that we have the technology. Now we've got mod modern digital cameras that people can setup and do marvelous footage of rural displays. And we say those all the time. If you like. I kind of thing which i do but also the other thing. Is that like me as you know like many a tour is up to the northern arctic that to look the aurora and i think that's become much more of a commonplace thing so a lot more people are going up to see the aurora borealis. In the north lot more people go down to tasmania to see the aurora australis in the south and so more people are watching these phenomena. Yes and i'll tell you something. Read one of my gulf and partners. Darren who apply with every saturday took a one of those qantas flights to nowhere resumes. Yep and it took them down to antactica and they got to see the aurora australis. Very good while of lying. dan does. This has been consequence of covid nineteen. Here's the airlines have been hit so hard. Due to travel bans. They've to diversify and so airlines in australia of being during these flights to know it so they were the f. or something like ten hours to fly down there have a look around and then fly back which is rather extraordinary. But that's a sawed like the aurora australis reflects the popularity of hunting. Which used to be something that you only read about in books. And you and i've talked about similar new phenomena that have been introduced those one not long ago which were kind of ripley a rory and then there were the staves as well. Whether you remember this nasa's which is now recognized as being a phenomenon related to aurora. But not at the same thing so we've now got a new something quite new which comes from this old footage. As you've said this were this. Research has come from scientists at the university of calgary. University of iowa at nasa to the phenomenon is that unlike many aurora with form curtains are. That's exactly what they looked like in the sky or stream as across the sky or sometimes the best ones are want to call the corona where the thing explodes above your head. It is an extraordinary experience standing underneath something doing that but there is another well. It's a well known auroral phenomenon and that is what's called the diffuse auroral glow and it's basically an aurora is green but it spread fairly evenly across the sky. It's not in. The streamers and things new phenomenon is that this footage revealed that within the diffuse close if he margin this green glow over large the sky and suddenly a small chunk of it brightens up and stays bright for a few minutes. And then it disappears but where it was leaves a hole in the diffuse auroral glow just black underneath. It's almost as though it's rubbed it out and that's why they're being cold diffuse auroral raises. Because it's just like news a razor to how the background aurora and basically it's a mystery these scientists who are well versed in the field of auroral studies. Have no idea what's causing them. But one of the astronomers at university of iowa says it raises the question of these a common phenomenon that has been overlooked. Are they rare. Knowing the exist means there is a process that is creating them and it may be a process. We haven't started to look at yet because we never knew they were happening until now. So yeah it's great stuff when learning something else about our own planet. In fact let alone the rest of the is finding out what's going on up here so So we we know what causes aurora but obviously there are varying types. And sometimes we don't understand why certain things happening to them exactly the mechanisms of the horror even just the straightforward aurora. That we understand is fairly complex and it goes back. Understanding of it goes back to the turn of the twentieth century when christiaan bake alone well-known known. Norwegian scientists is a big hero of mine. He spent the whole winter. Top of a mountain which i've been very close to the altar in northern. No this mountains called holiday. He went out over there with a couple of colleagues one of whom didn't survive because the winters are pretty serious up there but he was the first to sort of really show that the aurora doesn't touch the ground because before that people didn't know whether these dancing lights actually start at the ground level and he also worked out that it was electrons from the sun that actually did the trick and but it was fifty years before anybody believed him fifty years after his hair. So we're still learning. And i think this is one to watch. That's dr fred. What's astronomer with department of science speaking with and your directly on assist the program space nuts and this is space time still come a mysterious super nervous shedding light on the violent death of stars and the australian defence force formed establishes its own space division. All that and much more still to.

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06:46 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"Embarrassed about it and the city wants to distance themselves. Some heated debates have even ended with threats by city managers to resign. So yeah it's a big name really screwed you as i'm going home. Do they have nothing else to talk about. More south park reference The thing that stands out to me is mainly that people had some idea about air flight. At this time this was a small town in manned flight didn't even take place for several years after until after the incident. Also as a machinist. I find it interesting that they commented on the actual metallurgy of the craft describing the materials used in the craft that we would use today commonly to manufacture aircraft so they already knew that like things like aluminum and stainless tinian whatever would ultimate are ultimately metals that we use in spacecraft in two thousand twenty one year because back then you watch videos of white guys flying off a cliff right with like a manmade airplane may not have like wooden wings and bedsheets. Yeah so Here's some other miscellaneous permission found while researching the case regarding the spotted fever outbreak researchers actually think it was some kind of meningitis. Outbreak spotted fever. I don't think is really a a legit element is just a way cooler. Name rapper. the wild west i guess far ration of fever maybe but kill people so the cemetery where net is buried is known as the masonic cemetery. It was the property that was donated by an old confederate veteran to build the aurora lodge. Number four seventy nine back in eighteen seventy seven. And as i was looking to the cemetery i found this cool down because you know everytime we told senators tombstones and there was one of an infant. That was very. They're the child murder. But the tombstone read as i was so soon done. I don't know why i was begun. Kinda sad it. Yeah saudi inclosing. Because i always like to closing on these freak shows everything about me wants to believe at this happen and upon hearing the story i i was certainly did but then like most things when you start digging to it. Seems like there's a strong case for it being a hoax between the back story of the town dying off and needing to create some type to get more people visiting the town and the investigative work that was recently done into the history of the town. There's just a really strong case for it being hoax regarding the debate as to whether or not the township embrace its notoriety as the texas roswell for me at first. It's a no brainer. It's a huge opportunity for monetary gain. However i did read several reports that the town story has invited a lot of attention. That isn't always pleasant. A lot of people who showed up to visit ned also trashed. The area installer damaged a lot of property during their visits. The town's reputation for some is that of a nuisance as opposed to a business opportunity. I'd say to the old folks shut the fuck up and let the young people have some fun. There's already enough to bring down and having a little mystery in. Our lives is pretty exciting. And for the young people that are showing up with their boom boxes in their cars playing the rap booty buzek and throwing your shit on the ground. Grow up the shit like this. That destroys opportunities for the rest of us to enjoy. Just just act appropriate. Go out visit to town. Mind your manners have some fun by something while you're there and help support the town's local economy but most importantly have a great time enjoying the story. We all need stories like this in their lives. The end okay so the in stacey since it was on may sonic cemetery. Can't you pull some strange. Since you're part of that and coming in with the clothing yes of course you. Don't you have a secret. Handshakes you can measure cagey town me. What's going on a little secret. Hey changing our listeners. Don't know that. I actually belong to became a master mason. All that's true will probably not gonna talk to you all kinds of secrets that the rest of the world don't maybe i do. Maybe i don't where is the ark of the covenant. Tell me now. No pass on that. So anyway In closing the have anything else that you want to say you're talking about. I think you're hiding this alien ned somewhere. I think you may have part of it or the answers. And you just don't want to share. If i had ed i would be taking selfies and putting it on facebook okay. Here's my dad. Alien corpse friend. Ned and me at the beach like we can bernie style exactly. Oh my god so bad. She turns into a maniac every time we try to record. This is a nightmare so just the personal update stacey and i found a home. We're going to be moving We will be going from like a temporary fourteen. Fifteen hundred square foot apartment. Thirteen thirteen hundred to a a a really nice twenty eight hundred square foot place We did find a house that has a bedroom that is already been designated as the recording studio aka beat laboratory and so. I'm really really excited to actually set up. No more bullshit neighbors. No more yelling screaming. Nowhere loud music playing and plenty of space from daisy. And she does her thing mica. Are you guys. We're going to get out of here man. I hope Hope you guys stay safe out there. We love you as always. We'll see you next time. Radio show podcast branch. Stop keep going dude. This dog fuck it out reminds the heck they calm down again..

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"aurora" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"At just the surrounding area here. Now that you understand what kind of town we're dealing with. I'll go into the story so a lot of people may not know the story. Or maybe you do or maybe It's real then again. It might not be real no matter what i find the story fascinating and that's why we'll be talking about it today on the fun time freak. Show i'm speaking about a ufo crash that happened here in texas a crash. That was pretty well documented for the times a crash that paranormal investigators still research to this day just said paranormal. That's a challenge for me. If you haven't listened to our show and it's a crash happened in the small town name. Aurora on april seventeenth eighteenth. Ninety seven. Okay all right. That's amazing that people were even talking about those but up did they call him. You f- Think so they actually call them airships as a pretty big ancient aliens fan. Nba from texas. This is one of my favorite stories. And i've only recently learned about it in the last couple of years. Have you heard of the story. Perhaps one of the things that makes the story really amazing is a report of not only the crash but the fact that it reported in local newspapers in great detail and the fact that not unlike the incident at roswell the pilot was found inside the craft deceased. The body was removed from the crash site. Taken to a local cemetery and was buried with a quote christian burial and a marker was placed as a headstone so unlike a lot of the ufo stories that we're hearing stuff this actually has. A physical site has a physical being at a physical place that still available in twenty twenty one. The newspaper article that the best. It reads about six o'clock this morning. The early rodgers of aurora were astonished at a sudden appearance of an airship which selling through the country like with it was traveling do north and much near to the earth than ever before. Apparently there had already been multiple sightings of the craft in this community upon further digging. I found that there had actually been dozens of reports of strange cigar.

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"aurora" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

Fun Time Horror Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"aurora" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"Widely debated and when i say debate it. I mean like maybe a hundred people who my story brings it back home to texas and to be more specific a small town called aurora texas. That's build a u. r. o. r. a. If anybody wants to look it up. Here's a little info. I found about our friends over in aurora. and then i'll kind of get into the meat of the story. There's not a lot of information on this town. Outside of my main story but aurora is located in wise county in north texas according to media and the website for the city aurora. Texas dot gov. The town consists of about four total square miles very small at the time of story which was set in eighteen hundreds. The town was one of the biggest in the county. Having a population of around. Four thousand people enforce claire enforce where malls the townsfolk enjoyed an economy featuring dry goods furniture feed grocery stores. A farrier pharmacies. A shoemaker blacksmith resit or as they'd say in old smitty post office a barber shop hotel and about six saloons. That's a lot Ferrier by the way do you know what that is guy takes care of son of a bitch. How'd you know that. I have actually google it and so together that takes care of the animals. He validating yeah and So i'm assuming it's a guy like puts on horseshoes shapes their hoops and gets all the dirt out. I don't know any of this stuff. So the fact that i had that google search that makes me almost unworthy. A texan but Today aurora has a population of about fourteen hundred people My current neighborhood probably has about fourteen hundred people in it. I think you would agree with that. We look at just the surrounding area here. Now that you understand what kind of town we're dealing with. I'll go into the story so a lot of people may not know the story. Or maybe you.

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